Activities/Thumbs View in Journal
Add thumbs view to Journal.
- Targeted release: 0.86
- Last updated: Sat Aug 22 12:37:36 UTC 2009
- Percentage of completion: 75%
Implement thumbs view mockup.
Benefit to Sugar
- shell code
- sugar cloned repo
Memory usage with thumbs
Scroll and requery thumbs and list view during 5 min.
|319m 47m||120m 14m||113m 12m||53210|
|319m 47m||120m 14m||113m 12m||54942|
|319m 47m||120m 14m||113m 12m||56154|
|319m 48m||120m 14m||113m 12m||58475|
|320m 48m||120m 14m||113m 12m||62065|
|321m 49m||120m 14m||113m 12m||63102|
Memory usage without thumbs
Scroll and requery list view(from trunk) during 5 min.
|314m 44m||121m 14m||114m 13m||51101|
|315m 44m||121m 14m||115m 14m||53334|
|315m 45m||121m 14m||116m 15m||56375|
|315m 45m||121m 14m||116m 15m||59084|
|318m 48m||121m 14m||117m 16m||63172|
|320m 50m||121m 14m||118m 17m||67776|
How To Test
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- What special hardware / data / etc. is needed (if any)?
- How do I prepare my system to test this feature? What packages need to be installed, config files edited, etc.?
- What specific actions do I perform to check that the feature is working like it's supposed to?
- What are the expected results of those actions?
If this feature is noticeable by its target audience, how will their experiences change as a result? Describe what they will see or notice.
Just regular glucose dependencies.
None necessary, revert to previous release behaviour.
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